NJTV/MetroFocus Special Report: Coping with Catastrophe

October 30, 2012 7:28 PMvideo

NJTV and THIRTEEN aired a live public television Hurricane Sandy news special, NJTV/MetroFocus Special Report Coping with Catastrophe. Co-produced by NJTV’s NJ Today and THIRTEEN’s MetroFocus news programs and anchored by veteran journalists Mike Schneider and Rafael Pi Roman, this half-hour special assesses the storm coverage on both sides of the Hudson.

This storm program is available on-air and online at NJTV and THIRTEEN.

Watch Livestream Archive Video of  Tues., Oct. 30 9:30 p.m. Broadcast:

NJTV/MetroFocus Special Report Coping with Catastrophe, is a half-hour broadcast on the impact of Hurricane Sandy on both sides of the Hudson River.

Images of Upper Manhattan provided courtesy of Northattan. To learn more visit northattan.org.

How to Help:

Donate
American Red Cross: 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767)

American Red Cross NY: (877)-733-2767 or (516) 747-3500

American Red Cross NJ: (973) 797-3300 or (732) 493-9100

Volunteer
New York Cares: newyorkcares.org/volunteer/disaster/

New York City Service: www.nycservice.org/register

Find the Nearest Shelter:

http://gis.nyc.gov/oem/he/index.html

 

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